A Majlis deputy on Monday said there were no ambiguities in Iran’s nuclear activities and no room for concern.
Tabriz, Azarshahr and Osku MP Mohammad-Hossein Farhangi’s was speaking to IRNA.
He criticized the report submitted Friday by International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director-General Mohamed ElBaradei to the agency’s Board of Governors and UN Security Council which declared Iran to be in non-compliance with a non-binding resolution of the council demanding Iran stop uranium enrichment.
“The report was based on its approach to Iran when it was still a non-nuclear country, but conditions have already changed,” he said, alluding to Iran having achieved the status of a nuclear state.
“The report contains certain unreasonable presumptions as may be gathered from its conclusion that Iran did not implement suspension.
This is beyond ElBaradei’s dignity,” he said.
He urged international organizations to act realistically with regard to Iran’s nuclear case “because the era of bullying and intimidation is over.”
He praised the success achieved by Iranian scientists in the field of nuclear energy, saying the country “has moved on from the research phase to the most important stage of nuclear energy production which is a prelude to semi-industrial and industrial scale uranium enrichment.”
Iran’s access to modern technologies will enable it to take major steps to achieve greater scientific and industrial progress within the next few years, he said.
“We should prepare for all possibilities while paving the way for rational talks to continue.”